Environmental Democracy lawyer Anne analyses the Commission’s long-awaited guidance on access to justice in environmental matters.
ClientEarth has written to BP, Glencore and investors warning of the risk of investor lawsuits based on statements about future fossil fuel demand in their reporting.
New rules governing fishing must be in line with EU environment laws to protect sensitive marine species and habitats.
The European Commission is taking action against the Italian government for failing to deal with Fiat Chryslers use of a “defeat device” in emissions tests.
Europe’s top court decides member states must have say in EU trade deals, clearing way for court case on CETA
Comprehensive trade deals between the EU and other countries must be approved by all member states in the EU, judges at the European Court of Justice have ruled.
A new book, Client Earth, which tells the successful story of ClientEarth over the last decade since it was founded, is launched this week.
Will President Trump pull the US out of the Paris Agreement? Rumour suggests he will, and world leaders are reportedly engaged in last-ditch diplomacy to prevent this.
Responsible investment is a key impetus for a sustainable seafood industry, and investors are increasingly expected to use their finances responsibly. How can they do this?
Those who invest need to take stock of climate risk – and then manage it if necessary. But new findings show the vast majority of the UK’s local government pension schemes are still not doing so.
Over 80% of seafood in supermarkets is now labelled and sourced responsibly, after a 2011 study found that shops were potentially misleading customers with sustainability claims on their fish.
Flooding, overheating and risks to our food production and supply are some of the biggest threats that face the UK from climate change.
We are continuing to study the government’s latest air quality plan, but on the face of it it looks much weaker than we had hoped for.
A new guide to help forest communities in Liberia negotiate with timber companies to share the benefits from harvesting has been launched this week.
The government has confirmed that it will not appeal last week’s High Court judgment which ordered it to produce its air quality plans by 9 May.
EU countries have finally voted to secure tough new industrial pollution rules that could save thousands of lives each year.
Last year’s complaint to the FRC has borne fruit – SOCO International and Cairn Energy have stepped up their climate reporting.
The UK Government has failed in its attempt to delay publication of its air quality plans until after the General Election.
A new plan to improve nature and biodiversity around Europe has been released by the EU.
The European Commission has taken the final step before litigation in the EU Court over illegal logging in Bialowieza Forest.
Parliamentarians from the Republic of Congo met with members of Congolese civil society and ClientEarth at the Ministry of Justice in February for a roundtable discussion on forest conversion and community forestry.
Sanctions for fishing violations are inconsistent and toothless, according to a major report released today by the European Commission.
The High Court has ordered a hearing into the government’s application to delay publication of a crucial clean air plan for the UK.
The UK Government made a last-ditch bid to delay publication of its air quality plans on Friday evening, citing “pre-election proprietary rules”.
ClientEarth has joined over 100 environmental organisations in writing to members of the European Parliament (MEPs), urging them to vote to maintain the ban on subsidies for the construction of new fishing vessels.
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